There are many ways that you can improve your singing voice:
1) Get a free “Personal Training” program. If you can’t afford it yet, try to get a Personal Training program from a top school in your area. Some of the best programs are: F.A.S.T. in the San Francisco Bay area and F.A.S.T. in Dallas, in addition the top F.A.S.T. in New York City.
2) Study for a performance contest. Many schools offer free “Singing for Free” (SFF) contests in which you can compete for the chance to sing at the top bars and festivals of Chicago, Seattle, Los Angeles and Boston.
3) Study for a talent search. Some professional music schools and audition clubs offer “Festival Chore” contests that award cash prizes for performing in the top ten festivals. Check out www.FestivalChore.com to see if your school, festival or audition club has one in your area.
4) Look for opportunities for singing as a student. Some colleges offer singing opportunities during their “Free-To-Play” period. Many of these opportunities allow the students to audition for the school’s major professional group. The audition process should take you no more than 5 to 10 minutes. If you don’t get an audition, ask your school to mail you some samples of their work.
5) Learn to play an instrument. Many schools offer singing lessons. Some of the best ones are: Berklee College of Music in Boston; Chicago Symphony College; Carnegie Mellon University; Chicago Opera, Chicago Opera Center, Chicago Orchestra, Chicago Symphony; the Center for Music Teaching in Pittsburgh; the School of Music, The Juilliard School; Santa Clara University; Texas Tech University, where I studied from 1989-93; and the University of Illinois.
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The Art of Improvisation: The Basics, with Jeff Zinnman (1 course)
The first and basic thing to do will be to memorize the key to the show (in the show’s key) and then read it. After you read it, you can read the tune and do the exact same thing to it. Here’s an example: “I Will Be There”
1. Memorize the “Key To It”
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